Moss Adams and the Moss Adams Foundation make $50,000 gift to SOU Honors College

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Sylvia Kelley
March 25, 2014

The scholarships will support students pursuing business degrees with a focus on accounting.
Medford and Ashland, OR – March 18, 2014: The Medford office of Moss Adams and the Moss Adams Foundation generously made a $50,000 scholarship gift to support Southern Oregon University Honors College students. The scholarships will support students pursuing business degrees with a focus on accounting.
The SOU Honors College offers talented students the opportunity to work closely with faculty in small classes and to build dynamic relationships with employers and community leaders through a personalized mentoring program.
“We are proud to support Southern Oregon University and the Honors College. It is important to our region and the business community that SOU continues to be competitive and attract the best and the brightest students. SOU helps build a talented pool of educated employees that Moss Adams, our clients, and the entire community benefit from,” says Jason Lukaszewicz, Partner in Charge of the Moss Adams Medford office.
About Moss Adams
Focusing on assurance, tax, consulting, risk management, transaction, and wealth services, Moss Adams has a staff of over 2,000 that includes more than 260 partners. The firm serves public, private, and not-for-profit enterprises across the nation through specialized industry and service teams. Moss Adams has 22 offices in Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Kansas. The Moss Adams Foundation, funded by the firm, its partners, and employees, is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that supports accounting and business related study and students at colleges and universities throughout the West and worldwide disaster relief.
About Southern Oregon University
Southern Oregon University provides outstanding student experiences, valued degrees, and successful graduates. SOU is known for excellence in faculty, intellectual creativity and rigor, quality and innovation in connected learning programs, and the educational benefits of its unique geographic location. SOU was the first university in Oregon—and one of the first in the nation—to offset 100 percent of its energy use with clean, renewable power, and it is the first university in the nation to balance 100% of its water consumption. Visit
About the SOU Honors College
Combing real world projects with intellectual rigor, The Honors College at Southern Oregon University aims to provide a challenging learning environment. Our creative curricula take advantage of the university’s unique location by drawing on the rich natural, cultural, and artistic resources that are Southern Oregon. Southern Oregon University seeks to create a community of learners prepared for a lifetime of intellectual curiosity, inquiry, scholarship, and service.

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